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a life in architecture: lucy musgrave

Castles form a continuous thread through Lucy Musgrave's relatively short life. From her family home in Warwickshire, she could see Kenilworth Castle, a dark-red sandstone ruin, begun in the twelfth century. It formed the backdrop to happy times with her siblings, the place where she 'started to enjoy clambering over buildings'. Later, she fell in love with her future husband during a course on late medieval architecture studying a string of Welsh castles: Harlech, Conwy, Caernavon ...

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